Save The Date: October 8, 2022
Sesame Street in Communities: Coming Together— Celebrating Us!
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Care and support from Early Childhood providers can make a huge difference in the lives of young children. Sesame Street in Communities supports caregivers with resources designed to help children overcome adversity and thrive, covering areas of health and wellness, social-emotional skills, school readiness, and more.
Topics covered include connecting to others, compassion, kindness, calm leadership and community within the classroom.
Earn free clock hours and learn more about the new Sesame Street in Communities website and how to use it in your facility.
Workshop registration opens in September. Be notified when registration is open when you subscribe to The Classroom newsletter.
NOTE: The Kauffman Foundation Center requires all workshop attendees to be fully vaccinated. An actual vaccination card or photo on the phone, along with a photo ID is required.
The goal of this session is to allow participants the opportunity to explore the importance of a nurturing fatherhood environment for children, mothers, and fathers while children are in care. Through interactive discussion, participants will share current practices, discover the benefits of engaging the men in early care, and design strategies all programs can adopt.
This will be a virtual webinar with Gayle Anderson, Early Education Specialist at The Family Conservancy.
Gayle has a background in early education as well as a Masters in Adult and Continuing Education. She is a certified trainer of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire, IGDIs, and Start Early Educare topics on essential practices, as well as a Family Development Credential instructor. She has been training Early Childhood educators and family advocates for over 25 years.
Registration open soon; Please check back or subscribe to our education newsletter, The Classroom, to be notified.
SAVE THE DATE — November 10, 2022
This conference is for teachers, administrators, media specialists, technology coordinators, curriculum directors and anyone interested in the world of education and engaging students. This professional development opportunity offers a full schedule of sessions designed to empower educators with knowledge and strategies for effectively integrating technology in today’s classrooms.
Registration will be open in September.
NOTE: Full vaccination is required at The Kuaffman Foundation Conference
a. Two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or
b. One dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and
c. Two weeks or longer after receiving requisite dose(s)